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years and i said we need to have a tribal council. i went to manhattan in the fall of 2005 and the big boss of the whole group, nancy shepherd and carlin coburn in publicity. we met in a little room and i stated my case and they said, this is your first book so you need to listen to a few things here. first of all only 12 percent of nonfiction books make a profit and 2/3 are pre chosen by the publisher. we'd like to put our marketing arm behind us but your having to fight tear riz m to this. since i grew up in africa and worked pakistan for many years you never settle a deal without driving a hard bargain so i said if the hard cover doesn't do well, i'd like the subtitle changed later on for the paper back. julia and our other board relently pounded away month after month. i was in pakistan of december of 2006 and there was a new editor on the book and they said they decided to change the title to one man's mission to promote peace. the hard cover didn't do that well. sold 20,000 copies. while the paper back came out on january 30th of this year and since out it's been on the new yor
that be? >> models show such a bomb could level an area roughly about the size of, say, lower manhattan. >> jon: say, lower manhattan? what, no. don't say. why do you have to say? just don't say. come on. 9/11, a flood and a hurricane. we've had enough disasters. don't use us as the hypothetical. when did lower manhattan become standard unit of destruction measurement? that's what i want to know. why has it got to be... ( cheers and applause ) that could very easily be my pizza delivery xeno. for god's sake can't we convert back to [bleep] rhode island? how many rhode islands are. two regional wars. still not world war iii. iran and north korea. transitive property. someone call israel and tell them. -x,yy5 ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: welcome back. my guest tonight emmy-winning sportscaster for nbc, please welcome back to the program bob costas. ( cheers and applause ) nice to see you. >> how are you doing jon: always good to have a guest on that i can swap jackets with. we're going to talk sports. there's nothing that i like better than talking sports but before we get to the sport
is in place. rail service has been suspended all the way from manhattan upstate. and as i mentioned, did i mention it is 3:00 in the morning and guess who i have on the phone, the mayor of newark, new jersey, cory booker calling me up. how are you doing? >> i'm doing well. just came off the streets and going to try to get some sleep before what will be a very long day tomorrow. >> i saw you were tweeting so i thought we'd try to get you before you hit the hay. tell me what you have seen so far on the streets of newark? >> the conditions are worsening. walked through all five wards of the city and checked on the crews and the conditions on the street. a lot of stranded cars now. a lot of people out that shouldn't be. so it's very perilous out there and people need to understand that. stay indoofrs and hunker down for the night. conditions will be bad throughout the morning tomorrow. this is not time to take this lightly. very dangerous conditions, especially around motor vehicle accidents. and we areal also on alert for possible power outages in newark if the wind starts to pick up. i'm gra
dennis: the real estate recovery story going on all day. cheryl just recently put up her manhattan apartment for sale. cheryl: they got i found a new apartment because i was worried with the inventory level so low. you have incredibly low interest rates. dennis: how much did you have to cut your price? cheryl: i got asking him for days. when i say money is free, money is free and real estate right now. melissa: not that she is bragging or anything. [ laughter ] ashley: good for you. melissa: thank you. ashley: good afternoon, everybody. i am ashley webster. melissa: i am melissa francis. the housing market kicking into high gear. ashley: zillow economist weighs in on which market is best for buyers. melissa: we will ask the ceo of citi mortgage. ashley: whiteout conditions expected to last well into tomorrow. time for stocks now as we do every 15 minutes. nicole petallides is standing by. nicole: last friday we closed out 14,009. that is our highest close in five years. while we are not too far off from that, about 20 points, we would still have a losing week here on wall street. i
is in place. rail service, look at this, no cabs. rail service suspended from manhattan to upstate. that's just new york. in rhode island, snow has been stacking up. as fast as 3 inches an hour there. up to 2 feet of snow is predicted along with winds possibly topping 60 miles per hour. as i mentioned, i'm back in the cnn weather center where we're watching the snow storm. we and karen mcginnis, producers here watching the storm, making sure they have the most up to date information with you. we're live with you throughout the night with continuous coverage on conditions. we have a crew spanned out to bring you the pictures and stories, including there she is on the far left, indra petersons in boston, ali velshi, well, ali is not there, but that's his shot. ali velshi in cape cod for us. in new york, alison kosik, and gary tuchman on staten island. let's begin in boston. logan airport measured one wind gust 76 miles per hour. that's two above hurricane strength. let's go to meteorologist and self-proclaimed weather geek, indra petersons, who has been in the snow for the better part of m
hotel in manhattan. those were happy times and years later became a happy tomic with me, convinced early on that my father inhabited a magic world. a few years ago, while listening to a recording of cuban blues by chico, i remembered in new york in those stories of the 40's that chico and my father met at club cuba in manhattan and again in havana in the mid-50's. the sessions of chico's house in our neighborhood became so famous that even my father, not particularly fond of cuban jazz, couldn't resist dropping in once in a while at the much-talked about terrace. i listened to the rumba of chico's suite, then i would imagine chico back in new york doing arrangements for count bassie and ringo starr and i see myself turning into a big fan during my teenage years in havana. so that gives you a little idea about all these connections. i was born in havana in the mid-50's and my memory have many sounds. my history of my family has given me a variety of experiences and languages. my memory is like an orgy of music. i learned at an early age to get up on my feet and dance. looking at a photogr
this is going to be really tough, manhattan. it is easier to drive in manhattan than in berkeley. >> a study from texas a&m university confirms that bay area drivers spend way too much time in their cars commuting through epic traffic. >> you have to take it into account when you are commuting and you know you need to be somewhere you have to check traffic. >> after washington, dc, the bay area is now tied for second with los angeles as the worst commute in the nation. that means a lot of time sitting in traffic. last year alone, 61 hours were spent behind the wheel costing drivers more than $1,200 in wasted time and gas. jamie would like to be productive when stuck in traffic. >> sitting in the car an hour and a half each way is wasted time. maybe i will read or listen to a become but usually i listen to the news. >> transportation bosses do not see the bay area traffic getting any better but they are working on it. >> we will not defeat congestion but we need to manage it as best we can so we can maintain mobility throughout the region. >> when you add it up it is $121 billion in wasted ti
of manhattan, just a few blocks from the bowery, the line forms early outside st. joseph house. four times a week, volunteers make gallons of soup from scratch and each day feed more than a hundred men. >> people here personally emulate christ. i'm not christian, but i could really respect that. >> reporter: donations keep the soup line going. st. joseph's takes no government money. volunteers pray quietly before opening the door to those they call their guests, and they protect their privacy. no pictures allowed once the meal begins. st. joseph's is a house of hospitality run by the catholic worker movement, started i 1933 by dorothy day. born in 1897 to a middle-class family, day dropped out of college to become a journalist and activist in new york. she wrote for socialist newspapers like "the call" and demonstrated against the first world war. she also fell in love. >> she was very young. she found she was pregnant. he said he would leave her if she didn't have an abortion, so she did and then he left her anyway. >> reporter: robert ellsberg got to know day near the end of her life and
expected to fall. blizzard warnings are in effect from manhattan to maine. it's already starting to snow isn't the big apple. it's expected to keep coming down with the heaviest accumulations tonight and tomorrow up there. here we've got rain starting well before dawn. commuters at penn station had their umbrellas up. gloomy skies remain but the rain has stopped for a moment. will we be seeing any snow? wjz is live with first warning weather coverage for you. marty bass is in the out back and meteorologist tim williams in the weather center. good afternoon, tim. >> good afternoon. we are watch ing ing two portions of a system coming together. the juice of it all is moving up the coastline. you see that. marty and i were just talking about that. with these types of colors if this had been a tropical storm of any type we would be concerned. it's moving up the coastline. the second phase is moving on in. that's bringing with it the cold air. that's moving on into the northeast. in between, we don't have much going on here at all. we do have a winter weather advisory on the tip of the state
. at 6:15, we'll take to you manhattan for an update on the conditions and remember, track the forecast. log on to our website at www.myfoxdc.com and give you more information on. that. >>> and to a story you heard first. we heard two offduty police officers in a kidnapping case agreed to plead get. they were indicted last june where they were accused of abducting two teenagers and holding them against their will. in an effort to teach them a lesson. paul wagner has more. >> reporter: the officers were facing kidnapping charges null they agreed to plead guilty to a charge of second-degree assault. the deal came together in december and the two men are scheduled to accept the deal and be sentenced next tuesday in chal county circuit court. -- charles county circuit court. this is the letter support to one of the parents of one of the teens held against his will. it arrived before christmas and said that they agreed to plead guilty to second-degree assault and their son had a right to address the court at sentenceing. this morning, we spoke by phone with billy anderson, the father of the
of the most expensive places in the world to buy a home. sandra? >> hey, charles, well, manhattan continues to be a safe haven environment for those who want to invest in real estate or buy a place here, to go shopping or hit the trendy restaurants or bars or a show. we're going to have a look for you the next hour of varney about two and a half million dollar apartment, what you get for that kind of money and who is buying these places? manhattan's real estate market is booming. it's a seller's market right now. what does it take? we're going to have the answers to all of that with you, charles, coming up at 10:30 on varney. charles: i can't wait. sometimes i stand in central park and look at the apartments, are there that many rich people out there? i can't wait, sandra, thanks a lot. >> exactly. charles: don't talk about home builders stocks not necessarily on varney, but they've been soaring in the past year, nicole, i know you've got one that's more than doubled. >> i thought you were going to say a manhattan the apartment not everyone is rich in manhattan. >> are you serious? >> yeah,
road in poughkeepsie, new york. rail service has been suspended all the way from manhattan to upstate and a state of emergency is in place all across new york. on staten island, we keep coming back to this here, live pictures, the snow falling there, the blizzard, just adding to the misery from the last big storm. superstorm sandy hit in october. so many still reeling from that still trying to get their heat and power back on, and, again, welcome. we are sitting in the cnn weather center where we are watching the snowstorm move all across the northeast, we're live here in the middle of the night for you continuous updates on conditions, we have a team of reporters all across the region. take a look. susan candiotti in boston for us, gary tuchman in staten island and alison kosik in new york. let's begin in boston. look at these cars. think about getting that snow off that car. 19 inches of snow has already fallen and 70-mile-an-hour wind gusts could whip up snow drifts six or seven feet deep. susan candiotti, let me come back to you for me in boston. how are conditions there? >> repor
. rail service has been suspended from manhattan to upstate. in rhode island, snow there. similar story. been stacking up as fast as 3 inches in an hour here, up to 2 feet of snow is predicted along with winds possibly topping 60 miles per hour. i'm in the cnn weather center where we're watching the snow storm move across the northeast. this is where our weather folks, our producers are able to get the up to date information so we can pass it along to you as we will be all night long. i hope you stay with me in the wee hours of the morning, until 5:00 this morning with all of the information for you, the updated conditions and a team of reporters and crews fanned out across the entire northeast region. here are a couple for you. far left, ipd raw petersons is in boston. ali velshi in cape cod, in dennis port, massachusetts. allison kosk in manhattan, and chad myers tracking the storm for us here at the cnn weather center. let me begin in boston tonight. look at these cars, covered. logan airport, by the way, measuring one wind gust at 76 miles per hour. folks, that is two miles above hu
been much worse. and i want to take you into the heart of manhattan. zane, what are you seeing in new york city this morning? >> reporter: it is absolutely freezing here. 28 degrees, in between my shots, i have to go to that car there to warm up. i did see a couple of people. i saw two guys who weren't really wearing anything warm and i stopped them and said, guys, you know, what are you doing out and about middle of manhattan at this time of the morning 5:30 a.m.? and they were like, well, we're college kids. it's, you know, we decided to stroll outside and go to dunkin donuts. i also spotted another gentleman who basically said to me that he was on his way to work. he said the most challenging thing about this whole thing is really digging himself out of that snow. that's what he found most difficult. but said other than that, it is pretty much a normal saturday. and i was like, yeah, i guess it is a normal saturday. for a lot of people, it is really not. 1700 people -- 17,000, people, excuse me, without power in new york alone, the governor issuing a state of emergency. he's making
/2 million dollars for a manhattan apartment. look at that view. you are looking out your living room window at the empire state building. so just like everything that's in new york, maybe smaller for that kind of money, but location is everything. you've got the hotel right around the corner. lots of great restaurants. we're in the nomad neighborhood of manhattan. so that's north of madison square park. so liz, not exactly soho. it is not the upper east side. it is not greenwich village, but liz there's a frenzy of buyers out there. they say they are international coming from argentina, brazil. it's technology money locally, domestically. the money coming is from the oil families, coming in from the commodities related families. they say that it's not hard to sell apartments like this in manhattan. it's two bedrooms and it's pretty nice. liz: it's gorgeous. i have to tell you people from knoxville tennessee are looking and thinking where are the curtains? everybody can see inside. this is the way manhattan is. folks, a lot of people don't have curtains. they want to see the view. and people
was really light into manhattan today. me thinks it's going to stay light as well. look at this guy right here. he is right now using a skimmer just to make sure that people don't skid along in the slushy mess. but he's going to have to get himself a big shovel like the rest of us. fema has already put out the warnings to new englanders. get ready. get preprayered. batteries, shovels, candles, gasoline. there are already lines for gasoline. we went through this in sandy. many of us waiting for days. my town was dry in connecticut. couldn't get gas for days. there are blizzard warnings in effect for these states. connecticut, rhode island, massachusetts, maine and new hampshire. there are coastal flood warnings along with the blizzard warnings. it seems weird to connect those two, but they have them. they're expecting the floods to be three to five feet of storm surge along the coastal areas as well. and here's the thing, it's like sandy all over again in terms of patterns converging. cold air coming up the coast and a big wind restorm from the midwest. jennifer delgado is monitoring the s
from places like manhattan and long island and they're going to get plenty of snow there and earlier in the day, they had basically a mix of some rain for new york city and long island. right now, it looks like it's all snow for manhattan, kind of a mixture along long island and some snow as well. and in terms -- the whole night is going to be for the heaviest snowfall and that is looks like the eastern section of connecticut and through rhode island. i think providence might be the place that gets the majority of the snow here and that does not mean they're not going to have blizzard conditions and they don't have going to do with the snow but everything to do with sustained winds of 35 miles per hour for a few hours there and reduced visibility. bull's eye from this particular nor'easter would be providence and into the western suburbs of boston and that is how it's looks now. maybe as much as two feet in some places of snow and will, how would you like to shovel two feet of snow off your driveway? >> i had enough to do with two or three inches, gary. >> you did get some snow. >> w
manhattan manhattan. the cost of this project, just over $4 billion. >>> all right. thanks so much for watching today. that's going to do it for us. studio b with shepard smith starts now. >> when will that be finished? >> i'm guessing on tuesday. >> we'll see you there. >>> there's been another attack on an american embassy overseas, the white house calling this an act of terror. details on who did it and why. plus, few signs of progress in the efforts to rescue a 5-year-old boy. this boy has been underground for three days with some crazy gunman who reportedly took the child in that underground bunker. details on how the relatives are coping. that's coming next. >>> plus, we're two days away now from a family feud. head coaches jim and john harbaugh, brother against brother in the super bowl. their father sat down with fox sports caster jim gray. jim will be here live unless breaking news changes everything on studio b. >>> but first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, a suicide bomb attack on a u.s. embassy in turkey has left two people dead including the bomber in what the white
hunt live in lower manhattan. first let's get to rick reichmuth in the fox exexcept the far eastern tip of long island where that is all about to change. then we remain all know all night long, about 5:00 in the morning we clear things out towards new york city. but we remain all snow up towards boston until around afternoon hours tomorrow. take a look at how cold it is behind us though. temps are going to be so cold in places like new york and long island had that very thick layer of slush on the ground before. well, that's all going to freeze and we have got a very rough one for most of the day tomorrow where we don't get above freezing. tomorrow night temps are going to be down right cold for most in the single digits. low teens. all of that is going to continue to freeze, shep. >> shepard: what are you predicting for accumulations, rick? >> it hasn't changed a whole lot. the boston area two foot total by the one is done. we are still saying around 7 to 8-inch or so of additional accumulation. we have already had a couple of inches in and around the area. but boston you put that at 2
at trinity cemetery in upper manhattan. think about it -- a poll in june in an episcopal graveyard and a large american neighborhood. [laughter] he admired people of all faiths. on his tombstone, it chose to have the last words of daniel pearl, who was beheaded over seas. it was inscribed with the words -- my father is jewish. my mother is jewish. i am jewish. has there ever been a simpler on a more eloquent statement of pride in one's faith and in one's people than those 11 words? it was deeply moving to many of us when we really see died on the anniversary of daniel pearl's murder. a few years ago, we need a video of some of the tough times the city has been through. we asked him, would you ever live anywhere else? he smiled and said, the only place i would accept his heaven. nothing else would take the place. it is not hard to picture ed getting up to heaven and meeting god and saying with a smile, how did i do? there is no doubt -- cardinal, you will not be happy with this -- but i'm telling you i have met god. god said, ed, you did great. you really did great. god bless you, e
, if you have any -- oh, the manhattan beach hotel, there's been questions about manhattan beach hotel in connection to christopher dorner. i'll say this, again, based on information in this investigation, there may be information that christopher dorner may or may not have been at a hotel in the manhattan beach area. we are following up on that. and there's very -- not much additional i can give you on that issue right there. [ inaudible question ] >> again, i can't comment on investigative strategies or tactics or anybody involved in the investigation at this time. [ inaudible question ] >> i'm sorry? >> what do you need to do to confirm it was dorner -- [ inaudible ]. >> investigators will look at every aspect. they would look at the transactions that occurred at that time, at that store. and try to line up and make sure that those transactions were done by dorner. and that dorner is actually the one depicted in the video. we want to make sure that's not somebody that looks like dorner, that was posing as dorner. i mean, that's always a possibilities, that we have to consider. >> ar
and was. mexico city. manila. manhattan. night-time men waiting like wolves, drooling for prey. paying nothing but a couple of dollars or euros or pesos to have her. enter her. eat her. and devour her and throw away her bones. this could have been anywhere and was. a buddhist trying to stay dry for the night. a woman leader speaking out against a repressive government. a young woman traveling with her boyfriend. one lost her voice, the other her following. the last one her life. this could have been anymore and was. pink wooden crosses, a stack of stones. red wilting coronations. empty chairs in a square. ribbons swaying in a sultry wind. i ask anna and nehat, and monique and emily, why? why? [speaking foreign language] >> because they were women. because they were women. this could have been anywhere. and was. for she got fired for being too beautiful. fined for drinking after he was raped. a serious offer to marry her rapist. got told it was legitimate but not enforceable. this could have been anywhere. they could do such a thing when the girls go for fire wood. step into a lonely m
to the city was put into place when a bridge connecting manhattan to queens was named in his honor. he had a catch phrase, "how am i doing?" >> virginia governor bob mcdonnell supports a task force recommendation to improve school security in the commonwealth, urging the general assembly to enact them. the task force was formed after the shooting in newtown conn. some of the recommendations include lockdown drills at school, extended mental health programs and fines for a legal purchases of guns. >> a cold afternoon and evening after snow this morning, with the possibility of more snow. >> plus, we catch up withvens fans in new orleans. >> the capitals are back on the ice tonight, looking to come out of the big hole they've dug for themselves. >> aha. >> we're getting closer to super bowl sunday, as if you did not know, and the fans continue to pour into new orleans. >> brad bell is in the big easy to check out what is happening before the big match up. he joins us live from the french quarter, where as you might imagine the fans are out in force. >> the tailgating is already well underway
interesting. in manhattan, there's nowhere to push that snow. they literally have to put it in a dump truck, drive it to the water, and then do it all over again. it takes forever. anyhow. we missed out on this one. we got a little bit of rain out of it and we will maybe get some sharks tonight, but that's it. i do have some interesting stuff to show you in the seven-day. 34 in parton. the temperatures have dropped off just enough now so that whenever precipitation left is changing to snow and we do have a little showing up in cecil and hartford county. you may get a little coating on the ground. it is still warm enough for some rain. the bigger part of the storm is missing as to the northeast. this will fill back in our next few hours as this deepens off the jersey coast. there is still a slight chance you could get some snow out of this heading into the overnight. the bull's-eye is up around boston. two or 3 feet of snow. thunder snow was reported right now with gusts up for the 45 m.p.h.. that's just an incredible. over 1 foot in new york city and then we will be on the southern fringe.
knows it. bay area traffic can be brutal. even on a motorcycle. >> we went to new york to mabt manhattan. it's easier to drive in manhattan than in berkeley. >> a study confirms bay area drivers spend way too much times in cars commuting through epic traffic. >> you just have to take it into account anymore. when you're commuting you have to check traffic. >> after washington, d.c., bay area is now tied for second with l.a.. the worse commute in the nation that. means a lot of time sitting in traffic, last year alone, 61 hours were spent behind the wheel costing drivers more than 1200s ndz wasted time and gas. jamie wishes she can be productive when she's stuck in traffic. >> yes. just sitting in the car an hour and a half each way is time wasted maybe i'll listen to a book but most of the time, just listen together news. >> transportation bosses don't see it getting better soon but they're working on it we're not going to defeat congestion but need to manage it as best we can so we canack maintain mobility throughout the reason. >> when you add this up, it'slk $121 billion. l7'un it sa
, but there was a huge storm surge created by sandy in lower manhattan. up to 13 feet of water cascaded into lower manhattan itself. in those examples, clients are looking to buy more coverage, so there's a little bit of a spike in buying, we anticipate, for 2013 for those customers exposed in that region. >> susie: last year, rates rose nearly 3% on average, but this year tobin expects them to stay about the same or move just slightly higher depending on potential windstorm exposure. coming up tomorrow on "n.b.r.": alamos gold is going south of the border. it's going to start trading here at the n.y.s.e. we'll talk to the c.e.o. about its u.s. i.p.o. and tomorrow, we'll also be on the lookout for the latest retail sales numbers and get another housing market check up with weekly mortgage applications. as we mentioned earlier, people will be tuning in to president obama tonight to hear what he outlines for job growth and the greater economy. but do you remember what presidents focused on during previous addresses? a look at the state of the union address by the numbers. here's "the street's" joe d
conditions. must says the reporter took a lengthy detour through heavy manhattan traffic and that the reporter substantially exceeded the freeway speed limit. >> if you do all those three things which we were very clear. should not be done and obviously common sense suggests it should not be done. then you will not be able to go as far. >>> but the reporter says the dashboard remember charging complete before he set off and that the detour in manhattan was only 2-miles long. he may have driven for all white. >>> in news of the world, in north korea people cheered word of the positive nuclear test. meantime the united nationed security council held an emergency meeting. neighbors kaául it a great nomination of somber. >>> and in the city of santos. >>> in france, hundreds of residents polled. most french people support same- sex marriage but fewer back adoption. >>> former san francisco 19er bub baa harris are going to the police station. por russ failed to open terms on more than $182,000 in income. he now faces three misdemeanor charges. each carries 100 0u fine. even w
detour through heavy manhattan traffic and that the reporter substantially exceeded the freeway speed limit. >> if you do all those three things which we were very clear. should not be done and obviously common sense suggests it should not be done. then you will not be able to go as far. >>> but the reporter says the dashboard remember charging complete before he set off and that the detour in manhattan was only 2-miles long. he may have driven for all white. >>> in news of the world, in north korea people cheered word of the positive nuclear test. meantime the united nationed security council held an emergency meeting. neighbors kaául it a great nomination of somber. >>> and in the city of santos. >>> in france, hundreds of residents polled. most french people support same- sex marriage but fewer back adoption. >>> former san francisco 19er bub baa harris are going to the police station. por russ failed to open terms on more than $182,000 in income. he now faces three misdemeanor charges. each carries 100 0u fine. even was the our analyst. he had no yours truly for it >>> we may do
nicole and larry's dani lynn following in her mother's footsteps in manhattan. >> what's your mommy's name? >> anna. >> that is when "entertainment tonight" returns. >>> first, as we showed you earlier, the oscars are sunday. and when it comes to this year's female nominees, the big question on everybody's mind? what will they wear? now style united's sidney summer reveals her oscar fashion and beauty predictions. >> this awards season has been about showing off skin. jennifer lawrence and anne hathaway went strapless. naomi watts showed off her shoulders with a sexy halter neckline. i definitely expect to see more skin this oscar sunday. >> jessica chastain and amy adams are just a few of the ladies to rock romantic glamour waves. sidney's do it yourself tips for fuller hair? >> to get that red carpet look i like to use pantene age defy advanced thickening treatment. when you use it daily you instantly notice fuller feeling and thicker hair. >> what makeup trends? >> celebrities are drawing attention to their best features. the favorite, a bold lip or a smoky eye. you can get more
: rats are easy to spot near the hamilton madison housing complex in manhattan's lower east side. >> there's so many of them that they flood you, you know, they surround you and what not. >> it's definitely worse now than it was before the hurricane, because we're literally two blocks from the east river. >> reporter: it has gotten so bad recently, vicky mammell has decided to move from her office inside. >> cat sized rats with humongous tails. cat sized rats with humongous tails. >> i've been doing it for 23 years. >> have you ever seen it like this? >> no. >> reporter: exterminator eddy marco believes when the superstorm rolled in last october, it may have flushed out the vermin. >> since october, november, december, there's been rats all over the place. >> reporter: it's unclear if hurricane sandy is the reason, but complaints to 311 about rodents are up this fall and winter. in hurricane impacted areas, there were 121 calls in the last three months. that is a 21% increase from years before. other neighborhoods, like lower manhattan, greenpoint, coney island and the west villa
about immigration reform and the role of the private sector in promoting economic growth. the manhattan institute is the host of this hour-long program. >> president of the manhattan institute, it is my honor to introduce tom donohue, president of the u.s. chamber of commerce. [applause] it was in 1997 that tom donohue became president and ceo of the u.s. chamber, and he has built the chamber into an unparalleled lobbying and political powerhouse. has quadrupled the chambers' budget and added hundreds of thousands of new members during his tenure, policy experts and legal advocates have helped influence regulatory agencies and politics and in the court of public opinion and governments around the world. one of his credibility is is the neck to identify key issues will ahead of the curve. he has aggressively against american jobs and growth agenda, a plan that -- advance the american jobs and growth agenda, a plan that includes rebuilding infrastructure, combating an avalanche of new regulations, protecting intellectual poverty, and reforming entitlements and tax system. under his leader
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